Alistair Cockburn is one of the initiators of the Agile movement in software development. He helped write the manifesto for Agile software development [the Agile Manifesto] in 2001 and the Agile Project Management Declaration of Interdependence in 2005. Cockburn is a co-founder of the International Consortium for Agile in 2009 and a principal advocate of the use case for documenting businesses processes and behavior requirements for software. He is also the inventor of the Cockburn Scale for Categorizing Software Projects.
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In this podcast, Alistair Cockburn, an Agile pioneer and one of the original signers of the Agile Manifesto, and SEI principal researcher Suzanne Miller discuss the current state of Agile adoption.